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Health Clerk Position Available at Canyon Crest

Canyon Crest is hiring a new health clerk. The health clerk works in the health room helping students with illnesses or injuries that happen during school. They also help individual students with special health care needs. Although a CNA is recommended, it’s not required! You’ll get specialized training from the school nurse. If you’d like to be an important part of the office team helping students, we hope you will apply! It’s a 25 hr/wk position and you’ll receive a $300 sign on bonus after your first month! CLICK HERE TO APPLY

We’re So Glad You’re Here

Welcome Back! We are so happy to have everyone back in school. All the happy sounds of learning and excitement are making us all so happy!

K – 6th Grade Registration

Are you interested in registering your child for school at Canyon Crest Elementary? Click on the following link or call the main office at 801-221-9873 for more information. SEE YOU SOON! Click this link to get started.

Canyon Crest News

September 2019 Dear Parents, Teachers, staff, and administrators at Canyon Crest Elementary are committed to help every student receive the best educational experience possible. A student’s...

Dear Canyon Crest Parents and Students, I can’t tell you how happy I am to be at Canyon Crest this year! It’s like being home again, and I am getting to know this awesome faculty and staff. We...

HOPE Squad students partnered with Utah Emergency First Responders and Utah's Refugee and Immigrant Center to make teddy bears for children. Students loved participating in this fun service project!...

We would like to give our after school robotics kids a big congratulations on a job well done! All of the after school robotics kids competed in the BYU Robotics competition on April 13th. We hope...

The Color Run Fundraiser was amazing this year! The PTA raised a little over $9000 dollars. There were food trucks and lots of...

Many of you may have heard about the SafeUT App that has been highlighted in the news and is currently being used in our secondary schools. This same free app is now available to students...

The STEM fair took place at in February. This fair provides an experience where the fourth, fifth, and sixth graders create experiments that highlight their interests within the Science, Technology,...

Fourth graders gather to learn about air quality with Janelle Jarvis, a member of the Mayor’s sustainability committee who works closely with the Breathe Utah Workshops. Here, the students get to...